2024 Survey

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The purpose of this project is to survey medical marijuana patients and potential patients to evaluate their experiences and satisfaction with the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (OMMCP) to date. The project is conducted by the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center (DEPC). You can contact the center by emailing depc@osu.edu.

This research aims to fill in a critical gap in our understanding of the medical marijuana program in Ohio and to find out how the people potentially impacted by the current regime perceive its performance thus far. Doing so allows for a unique examination into the efficacy of the structure of OMMCP and how this state’s initial experience with marijuana reform can inform the larger national conversation that is currently underway. The survey is open to the public, although we are especially interested in responses from adults who use or have interest in using medical marijuana.


Participants are asked to fill out an anonymous online survey in which we ask them about their experience with obtaining marijuana in the state of Ohio for medical purposes. The survey takes approximately 5-15 minutes to complete, and its results will be used for research purposes. You will not benefit directly from taking the survey, although you may benefit indirectly from possible policy changes informed by the results of our research.



If you have questions about the project, the survey, or your participation in the survey, please direct them to Jana Hrdinová, administrative director of DEPC, at hrdinova.1@osu.edu.